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Meghan Markle’s Growing Frustration: Prince Harry’s Decision Sparks Tension in Their Relationship


According to the revelations of a source close to the Sussexes, Meghan is deeply annoyed by a decision made by Prince Harry. Find out what it is.

Water under the bridge. For several weeks now, rumours of a separation between Meghan and Harry have been growing. While they have been through many crises in their relationship, a source close to the couple has revealed yet another point of contention.

In an interview with OK! media, a source close to Meghan and Harry revealed that the Prince wants to buy a house in the UK so that he can divide his time between his homeland and America. A decision that annoys his wife. “There is disagreement between the couple on this issue but they will soon start looking for their own property near London and Harry is largely at the helm of this,” the source revealed. The source continued, “Harry will not be asking his father, King Charles, for a property on the royal estate because of the issue that has arisen with Frogmore Cottage.”


Meghan and Harry evicted from Frogmore Cottage

At the request of King Charles III, the Sussex couple have returned the keys to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. From now on, the couple will stay with friends or in hotels when they visit London. Although the royal residence had been given to them as a wedding present by Elizabeth II, once they came to the throne Charles III asked them to leave.

A decision that Archie and Lilibet’s parents would have found hard to live with, if the footage in their documentary Harry & Meghan, available on Netflix, is anything to go by. Much more than a house, the couple left behind family memories. In his memoir, The Substitute, the son of Charles III wrote: “We loved this place. From the first minute. It was as if we were destined to live here. We couldn’t wait to wake up in the morning, take a long walk in the gardens, check on the swans. Especially grumpy Steve. A page turned.

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